What’s on around Geelong this week
13th – 19th July 2015
Friday July 17 – Saturday August 1st 2015
Center Stage Geelong proudly presents one of the world’s greatest musicals at GPAC’s Playhouse for a series of dates through the last two weeks of July. Evita celebrating the life of Eva Peron brings an incredible array of Sir Andrew Loyd Webber’s music to the stage including ‘Dont Cry for Me Argentina and You Must Love Me.
Saturday 18th – Sunday 19th July 2015
St Joseph’s College are holding another of their wonderful Artisan Markets. Last year it was sensational with a whole range of quality products. The market, held indoors, runs from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM each day in the school’s gymnasium. There will be a cafe and sausage sizzle and plenty of fun for the whole family.
Sunday 19th July 2015
Birthday Party for Everyone
The Salvation Army of South Barwon are holding a fun birthday party beginning at 4:00 PM and running through until 6:00 PM on Sunday. There will be craft, activities, games, cupcakes, jumping castles, party food and lots of fun. Find the Salvo’s in Francis Street Belmont.
Thursday 16th – Sunday 19th July 2015
Morse Code to the Magnetron
The Geelong Amateur Radio Club are holding an interesting display of military communication equipment from 1914 – 1960 at the historic Osborne House. The event is open from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM daily over the four days.
Until December 2015
Princess Diana Exhibition
The Elephant and Castle Hotel in East Geelong is holding a special photo exhibition centered around the late Princess Diana. Over 70 amazing photographs from former paparazzi and now Geelong Mayor Darryn Lyon’s collection. Entry is via a gold coin with proceeds going to Beyond Blue.